Hampton Inn Glenwood Springs
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Travel Blogs from Glenwood Springs
... 70 East signs showed no services for 105 miles. We stopped and got gas, etc. and headed onward. About 20 miles in all we could see to out left was solid black from the sky to the ground with multiple lightning strikes within the storm. Out here there are few underpasses and it was an uninhabited area as well. I will tell you with no shelter in sight I prayed multiple times that we would keep going towards our right and NOT left. I think god heard ...
... mountains in town they had the Glenwood Canyons resort. This consisted of a tram ride to the top of the mountain where the kids could run hog wild on the 10-12 high quality rides. From the huge swing that took you out over the edge of the cliff and the alpine slide down the hill to the roller coaster that hugged the side of the mountain it was really a great set up.
We stayed at an rv park just a mile up the road from the center ...
... and walk now after setting off. Our guide, Jeremy, was very nice and we had a blast. By the end we all wished we could have done the rapids (class IV) all over again.
Zip line was fun too. They had a little ropes course that you walked over too. I went with Mr. Aguglia and he bounced a bit, sending me spinning and getting dizzy nearly unable to stand up straight and get across. I put on a great show!
We got to the campground (not bad location, less truckstop like...) the plan was decided for tomorrow, whitewater rafting and zip line adventure. A little coaxing was needed for a few of the members, but it would be a go!
Much warmer, needed air-conditioning on. ...
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